The risk of drafting a top-10 QB
Selecting the wrong QB in the top 10 can doom a franchise
It's pretty obvious a team that drafts a talented franchise quarterback is going to be in good shape for years to come. But when a team swings and misses with a top-10 QB pick, the damage can last for years. With Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III projected to come off the board with the first two picks, it begs the question: What's the risk of taking a quarterback so high?
The answer, it turns out, is EVERYTHING.
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